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Ban on your activities beyond 9pm still in force – Kwara CP warn Okada, tricycle operators

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The new Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Ebunoluwarotimi Adelesi, has reminded commercial okada and tricycle operators in the state that the ban on their operational hours fixed between 9pm and 6am remains in force throughout the state.

Speaking after a meeting with the associations of both groups at the police headquarters in Ilorin, the police commissioner reminded the unions of the existing law promulgated by the state government to streamline their operations at the said time.

She also reinstated her commitment to enforcing the laws to the letter and advised the union leaders to warn members of the command’s readiness to start enforcing the laws and prosecuting any member caught violating them.

A statement by the spokesman of the command, SP Okasanmi Ajayi, in Ilorin on Saturday evening, said Ebunoluwarotimi, further warned criminal elements in the state to change their evil ways or risk grave consequences.

She advised law-abiding citizens to go about their lawful businesses without any fear of intimidation from criminals or law enforcement agencies.

The police commissioner said no stone would be left unturned to ensure crimes and criminality become things of the past in Kwara State, as it is not going to be business as usual for lawbreakers in the state

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JUST IN: POLICE declares Prime Suspect to MOHBAD’S death, PRIMEBOY wanted

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LAGOS State Police Command on Wednesday, October 4, 2023 declared one of the prime suspects to the untimely death of IleriOluwa Oladimeji Aloba aka Mohbad who is identified as Owoduni Ibrahim aka Primeboy wanted.

According to the Press Release signed by the Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin available to SOJ WORLDWIDE, he said Primeboy refused to honour several invitations sent to him.

A reward of One Million Naira will be given to anyone with useful information leading to his arrest, said the Police

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Keyamo Demands Apology As Chicago State University Releases Tinubu’s Academic Records To Atiku

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Keyamo Demands Apology As Chicago State University Releases Tinubu’s Academic Records To Atiku

The Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Festus Keyamo has reacted to the release of the academic records of President Bola Tinubu by the Chicago State University (CSU).

Naija News recalls the University on Monday released Tinubu’s academic records to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar based on the directive of an American court.

However, shortly after the release of the document, Keyamo said Atiku’s journey regarding the President’s academic records has been a fruitless journey and full of self-humiliation.

He added that President Tinubu and Nigerians in general deserve an apology from the former Vice President.

Taking to his account on the X platform, he wrote: “From the responses by Chicago State University, ATIKU’s journey to Chicago and back has been a journey to nowhere, a fruitless exercise and an odyssey in self-humiliation. President Tinubu and Nigerians deserve an unreserved apology from him.”

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Certificate Forgers Can’t Do Things Right – Peter Obi insist

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Peter Obi, the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the last election has slammed certificate forgers.

This followed the battle between Atiku Abubakar and President Bola Tinubu over accusations of forging a certificate.

Reacting, Obi said some Nigerians should not expect people who forged their certificates to do things right.

Obi who spoke on Monday while featuring on the Arise TV program, explained that leaders who manipulated their academic records via certificate forgery before their election into offices are living a falsified life.

The former Anambra governor who opined that academic qualifications should not be criteria for leadership positions, however, said leaders should be honest about their status

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